Sony Vaio Z Coming To US With External Graphic Devices Called Power Media Dock

Sony has just launched their latest VAIO Z series in the US after their launch in Europe last month. This series of VAIO laptop is a kind of hybrid model of business + Multmedia and game. The laptop itself is coming together with an external device called Power Media Dock, which is an external graphic card + optical drive combo.


The Sony VAIO Z Laptop itself is powered by either Intel Core i5 or Core i7, has 13.1-inch LCD display (1600 x 900 pixels), up to 8GB of RAM supported and it’s coming with up to 512GB of SSD instead of the oldie HDD that produces a lot of heat and consume lot more power.

Sony VAIO Z laptop has a LightPeak port which is the fastest port up to date, and it’s allocated for their Power Media Dock to boost the laptop performance.

Without the Power Media Dock, Sony VAIO Z laptop is the business class slim laptop. After adding the Power Media Dock, the laptop is immediately transformed into a strong multimedia and gaming laptop thanks to the built-in AMD Radeon HD 6550M graphic card and optical drive in the PMD.

The starting price for Sony Vaio Z laptop is at $1,969.99 upward. Add another $100 if you want the blu-ray option. The peak point will bring you to the glory of $4,169.99. Suitable for those who’ve got a lot of money to spend.

[via ZDNet]

Shop From Compare Price
0 comments… add one

Leave a Comment